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Slate includes Mount Everest doc
Distributor TVF International is moving into VR content – building a slate of content that includes an ambitious Mount Everest-themed documentary.
The factual specialists are investing in 15-minute film Climb Everest, which will take viewers on an ascent of the deadly northern face of Mount Everest. A 6 x 5-minute series is being planned to follow the initial one-off film.
TVF’s slate also includes 6 x 3-minute cooking format Sous-Chef, which features access to some of London’s top restaurants and 6 x 6-minute sports format The Workout – a one-on-one personal training session with sporting professionals, including boxer James DeGale, which has previously featured on Samsung Gear’s VR platform.
TVF has also acquired the rights to festival documentaries Witness 360: 7/7, which features testimony from one of the survivors of the London terror attack, along with asylum seeker investigation Invisible, which has been picked up by the New York Times and Australian broadcaster SBS. Both were executive produced by VR City’s Darren Emerson.
A VR-dedicated area of TVF’s website has been set-up, while it has generated interest from clients in Australia, China, Japan, Hong Kong, as well as Europe and the US.